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CBD Study Reveals Potential as Alzheimer’s Treatment

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Older Americans often turn to CBD to ease chronic pain or insomnia. But a new study shows that it may also be a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

The preliminary research, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, notes that none of the drugs currently approved by the FDA to treat the brain illness do anything to slow down the disease.… Read More

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9 in 10 Americans Are Deficient in This Crucial Brain Nutrient

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It’s crucially important for a healthy brain and strong memory.

It regulates your heartbeat.

It prevents fatty liver disease.

And it helps you perform at your peak during exercise.

But chances are this vital nutrient isn’t on your radar. Many doctors don’t even know it’s essential to good health.

And most of us don’t get nearly enough of it.

Nine in 10 Americans are deficient in choline, according to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition.… Read More

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It Raises Your Parkinson’s Risk by 250%…and It’s in Your Food

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Big Agriculture has a problem. And they are making it your problem.

For decades, its most effective weed killer was a chemical made by Monsanto called Roundup. But weeds are becoming resistant to it. Roundup no longer kills many varieties.

So corporate farming operations are turning to a different chemical. It’s called paraquat.

You may have heard of it. It made headlines in the 1970s when the American government sprayed it on marijuana plants in Mexico.… Read More

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This Food Makes Your Brain 11 Years Younger

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A new study shows that one food is a powerful weapon against the mental deterioration that comes with getting older.

A team of researchers from the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago and Tufts University in Boston followed the eating habits of 960 adults for up to four years. The subjects ranged in age from 58 to 99.[1]

The participants completed diet questionnaires, which asked them how often they ate certain foods.… Read More

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A New Year’s Toast May Help Ward Off Dementia

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Scientists call it the “Goldilocks Zone.”

It’s when too little of something is bad for you and so is too much…but a moderate amount is “just right.”

A major new study shows that’s the case with alcohol and Alzheimer’s disease.

Previous research has come to conflicting conclusions about how much you should drink for optimal brain health.

Scientists at the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research set out to settle the question.… Read More

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This “Healthy Oil” Is Linked to Alzheimer’s

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Mainstream doctors have long touted canola oil as healthy because it’s low in saturated fat.

But as we’ve said for years, this is junk medicine.

It’s possible for canola oil to be healthy…if it’s processed without heat. But it rarely is.

Mass-market canola oils are heated to the point that they produce chemicals called aldehydes. They can build up in your body and lead to heart disease and cancer.… Read More